The Yukon was made for driving. Five main highways pave their way into the heart of our wilderness - three from Alaska and two from Br sh Columbia. Not to mention the 5,000 km of well-maintained roads once you get here. Load up your playlists and buckle up for the drive of your life.
Less time travelling, more time exploring. Travel in the fast lane with direct airline connections to Whitehorse, all year round. Fly Air North, Yukon's Airline to experience Yukon hospital and warm cookies, too! Or choose from other airlines operating within Canada and Europe.
Where there's water, there's a way into the Yukon. Say hello to the captain and familiarize yourself with the best viewing platform because you're about to witness something spectacular. When you hear "Land ahoy!" it's a short drive to get you the rest of the way.
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Inuvik Whitehorse Vancouver Victoria Kelowna Calgary Edmonton Dawson C Old Crow Skagway Haines Port Hardy Prince Rupert Toronto
Plan your adventure at travelyukon.com
Answer the call of the Yukon
It's easier than you think
Vancouver to Whitehorse: 2.5 hours Calgary to Whitehorse: 2.5 hours Toronto to Whitehorse: ~6.5 hours
Dawson C from atop the Midnight Dome
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